I got a 100% on my Corporate Valuation, even when I was honestly not feeling too hot. The test focused on the Weighted Average Cost of Capital and on Deriving Equity Value from Enterprise Value. I hope I can get a good A on my final next week.
Well, there are only two weeks left in the school year. I'm honestly scared to my bones about the final. We are in a class called "Advanced Corporate Valuation and Modeling." We are expected to use a complex, multi-tab Excel spreadsheet to analyze a company's historical financial performance and project its future performance as well. It's really the core of what I'm going to be doing in the kind of job that I expect to one day be doing, as an analyst. So I'm taking it very seriously, and even though I have some catching up to do, relative to some of my classmates, I'm not going to let the size of the workload intimidate or overwhelm me.
Visualizing the future, I know, is the first step toward actually achieving it. So here we go. I see myself on May 26 taking the final and doing well. I see myself on May 27, waking up and having the relief of knowing that there is no more school to worry about until August. I see myself hanging with my best friend, best Utah friend, hopefully that last week before I go to Maryland. I see myself on a cruise in Georgetown's harbor with good friends and classmates, celebrating the end of a crazy yeaar. I see myself going back to CrossFit and developing my muscles and abs even more than they are already developed now. I see myself turning 27 in July. I see myself buying a PCMR pass and learning to snowboard this winter. I see myself making my first dent into ambitious plans to save $30,000 cash by summer 2020.
I see myself doing all of this, honestly. I see myself succeeding at my goals, even though it's scary sometimes, even though I'm "only 26." I'm going to watch Netflix a little more, and then I'm going to drink a little more port, and then I really am going to get some serious studying done tonight. I swear. I promise.
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